Eric Bibb – Ridin’ Tour
PRESHOW ENTERTAINMENT: 7:00pm to 7:45pm - eNJoy (South West Blues Club)
One of the world’s leading bluesmen of our time, two-time Grammy Award nominee, Eric Bibb will come riding onto BREC’s Stage One in February 2023.
Returning for the Aussie summer, Bibb will perform the classics he is known and loved for, whilst introducing brand new material from his much-anticipated forthcoming album, titled Ridin’, which will be available ahead of its release date exclusively at these shows.
On this February leg of the tour, Bibb fans are in for an intimate treat, as the acoustic blues legend performs solo. Bibb is the ultimate ‘blues brother’. A fiery singer with true soul, his career spans five decades and almost 40 albums. He is known and revered globally for having carved his own musical destiny with honesty and power.
Grounded in the folk/blues tradition with contemporary sensibilities, Bibb’s music continues to reflect his thoughts on current world events, whilst remaining entertaining, uplifting and inspirational. And always relevant.
Whether in solo or full band mode, an Eric Bibb show promises to be a remarkable experience, not to be missed.
Tickets & Venue Info
If you experience any difficulties booking tickets, please contact our Box Office Team on 1300 661 272 – Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 10am to 4pm.
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Preshow Entertainment from eNJoy!
Join us in the Stage One Foyer from 7:00pm to 7:45pm for a selection of Blues, Folk and Jazz from South West Blues Blub regulars eNJoy!
eNJoy are a 3-piece band featuring members Jude Armstrong (vocals / guitar), Neil Broad (vocals / guitar) and Leigh Kelly (bass / vocals / stomp box).
Regularly seen at the Bunbury Markets and have also performed at the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery, Ludlow Spring In The Forest, Withers Progress Assn Xmas Fair as well as busking at this
year’s Blues At Bridgtown. and the band name
Their name encompasses their aim – that everyone have fun and enjoy the music, with dancing and singing along encouraged.
As Blues Brother actor, Dan Aykroyd famously declared to the American born singer,
‘You are what the blues in the new century should be about.’